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The Top 10 Heisman Moments since 1997

The Heisman Trophy is supposed to honor the greatest player in college football every year, but over the years that definition has slowly dissolved. Some year – many years, actually – it’s the Best Player on the Best Team Award. 1,155 more words

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Countdown to Kickoff: 16 Days

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16. JT Barrett will go down as one of the best quarterbacks in Ohio State history. He already holds a number of Ohio State records, including career passing touchdowns (69), career completions (529) and total touchdowns responsible for in a career (100). 104 more words


Who Is Sam Darnold?

By Alexander C. Lawrence

By now just about everyone knows who Sam Darnold is and how he led the turnaround for USC as all hope for a successful season seemed lost with a record of 1-3. 716 more words



Writer: Anthony Aleman


As the collegiate football season swings into action, the yearly discussion about the nation’s most coveted award has also grown tremendously. The Heisman trophy, awarded to Quarterback Lamar Jackson of Louisville last year could potentially find itself another winner this year as many playmakers across the country such as Sam Darnold, Saquon Barkley, and Jackson seem to be the favorites for it. 402 more words


Countdown to Kickoff: 22 Days

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22. Les Horvath was Ohio State’s first Heisman Trophy winner, taking home the coveted award in 1944 after leading the Big 10 in rushing and total offense. 78 more words


Now On Deck Heisman Projections

By Ryan Decker

College Football is just three Saturday’s away.

Training camps all across the country are under way, meaning the 2017 season is truly upon us. 1,089 more words

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Who will win the Heisman?

The Heisman.

On the surface, it is the award given annually to the most outstanding player in college football. In recent years, we’ve seen names like Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, and Lamar Jackson hoist the trophy after outstanding seasons. 1,280 more words

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